Following on from a very successful college season at Penn State University, junior Emma Harvey and freshman Jack Harvey posted some impressive times in their first Long Course meet of the season at the Piranhas Senior Invitational in Florida.
Jack Harvey, swimming in the Men’s 50m Backstroke A-Final finished 3rd touching the wall in a time of 27.18, during the Preliminaries Jack Harvey finished 3rd touching the wall in a time of 27.61.
Emma Harvey finished 4th in the Women’s 50m Butterfly A-Final clocking 28.07, this after finishing 4th in the preliminaries touching the wall in a time of 28.21.
Emma Harvey finished 3rd in the Women’s 50m Backstroke A-Final clocking a time of 30.23, she finished 2nd in the Preliminaries clocking 30.72.
Jack Harvey would also take third place in the Men’s 100m Freestyle A-Final in a Personal Best time of 52.77, this after he clocked 53.36 in the Preliminaries finishing 5th.
Meanwhile Emma Harvey clocked a Personal Best time of 1.02.62, to claim 3rd in the Women’s 100m Butterfly A-Final, after winning the Preliminaries with a time of 1:03.33.
Jack Harvey would round off the meet by claiming the Gold Medal in the Men’s 100 Backstroke A-Final, lowering his Personal Best time to 57.23, a time that is well inside the Bermuda National Open Record of 59.94 set in 2004. Jack Harvey finished first in the Preliminaries clocking a time of 58.25.